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Living with Drugs explores topics surrounding their control, use and risk of misuse. The conclusions in this book are drawn from the seminar held at the EHESS in Paris during the years 2015-2017. It involved anthropologists, sociologists, historians, philosophers, economists, lawyers, doctors, psychiatrists, health center workers, community activists, users and former drug users. The seminar, like the resulting book, is based on a transversal approach to disciplines, space and time, and a confluence of academic, practical and experiential knowledge.
- Details the progress of French research and public debates on French and international drug policy
- Includes the input of human and social sciences and the expertise of health professionals and activists
Researchers and students in human and social sciences; researchers, practitioners and activists in the field of drugs; political and administrative decision-makers and activists on drug policy, legalization of cannabis, HIV, Human Rights, self-help organization prevention. The broad public directly or indirectly concerned by the drug issue
- Usual and modern uses of drugs
2. The war on drugs: a humanitarian plague
3. Drugs and morality
4. Live and work with drugs
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- © ISTE Press - Elsevier 2020
- 13th November 2020
- ISTE Press - Elsevier
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Alessandro Stella is Research Director at CNRS and Professor at EHESS, France. Having studied workers’ revolts, slavery and interbreeding, gender relations and sexuality, in recent years he has devoted himself to research in the field of drugs.
Research Director, CNRS, EHESS, Paris, France
Anne Coppel is an activist in drug law reform and human rights. Now retired, she was formerly President of the Association Francaise de Reduction des Risques (AFR), and a public health sociologist with a focus on drug policy, HIV/AIDS and sex workers.
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